Where is God really? Above us, around us, within us? I will make the case for one of these.
- Rev. Anne Cohen, Reflecting this Sunday
“The soul is an ecology, a territory. It is populated.”
- declined to state
“In its highest sense [the soul is] a vast capacity for God. A chamber with elastic and contractile walls, which can be expanded, with God as its guest, illimitably, but which without God, shrinks and shrinks until every vestige of the Divine is gone, and God's image is kept without God's Spirit.”
- Henry Drummond, Natural Law in the Spiritual World (1883)
“My soul is myself; the well-spring or point of consciousness, or center of inner activity. The most real thing in the universe to me; the start for all other knowing, the test by which I judge all other data.”
- Upton Sinclair, What God Means to Me (1935)
Also this Sunday
This week’s musical guests will include our own Mattias Orr and Elizabeth Lanski, with Damon Zick on sax. Join us in our 11:30 am service!